Purpose and daring, distributed or flat management, office-free companies, digital nomads, what will tomorrow's work look like in our organizations?
And more importantly: how can you inspire/change things at your level?
We would like to offer you the opportunity to experience a new way of working while discussing these topics with your peers.
This collaborative workshop will allow you to discover what self-management looks like and how you can harness the power of collective intelligence.
This unique experience will offer you a sneak peek on some innovative practices such as Open Space principles, wholeness and use of virtual boards.
While our two experts, a successful scale-up leader and an inspiring coach, will share some of their knowledge and experience, you will be contributing fully, so bring your whole self with you.
Get ready for an immersive experience!
Co-creating the future of work: how can you inspire/change things at your level?
Tuesday, Dec 15th, 6pm to 8pm
BE AWARE THAT YOU WILL RECEIVE INSTRUCTIONS TO CONNECT TO THE VIRTUAL BOARD
Jean-Gabriel Levon (H.09), co-founder and vice-president of Ynsect, French Next 40: An engineer from Ecole Polytechnique that graduated from HEC,Jean-Gabriel was an industrial project consultant at Schlumberger prior to co-founding Ÿnsect, the world leader in natural insect protein. Ynsect raised $175mio in serie C in 2019, claiming to "reinvent the food chain". Within Ynsect, Jean-Gabriel is trying to use some of the "Teal Organization" principles to alleviate decision making and improve governance to better serve their mission. calls himself "Chief Impact Officer".
Suzanne Daigle, NU Focus, is a Canadian American facilitator and Emeritus Member of the Open Space Institute US. From her early days as a journalist, she was inspired by the stories of ordinary people achieving extraordinary feats. These insights shaped and steered her 25 years of career in manufacturing and telecommunications. Always seeking to go beyond traditional management and leadership approaches and systems to achieve results. About a decade ago, she was moved to take a giant leap into the world of Organizational Self-Management, Agile and Scrum, and Open Space Technology. Recognizing that these approaches and simple processes can exponentially transform what happens at work and in life.
In the context of these uncertain times, one can imagine enormous change and reinvention ahead. The invitation is for us, all of us, to jump in.
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